Strangers when we meet: identity and solidarity

Soundings - ISSN 1362-6620
Volume 2016 Number 62

Strangers when we meet: identity and solidarity
Roshi Naidoo, pages -

Abstract

Identity politics is often misrepresented as undermining our ability to forge a sense of our collective humanity, leaving us trapped in single-issue debates and unable to develop meaningful connections outside of our group. Roshi Naidoo argues that the opposite is true: it is through, rather than in spite of, identity that we can find solidarity, connection and a more profound sense of humanity that embraces rather than suppresses difference in the name of a greater good.

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Roshi Naidoo (2016) Strangers when we meet: identity and solidarity, Soundings, 2016(62), -

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